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Op-Ed: Helping Airlines Identify, Anticipate, Solve Passenger Stress Points

    Op-Ed: Helping Airlines Identify, Anticipate, Solve Passenger Stress Points

Travel technology is now at a point where airlines can do virtually anything with the right partners and platforms, yet in many ways, legacy systems – and legacy thinking –

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Experience the 2018 FIFA World Cup Onboard

    Experience the 2018 FIFA World Cup Onboard

MIAMI — The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia takes flight on Sport 24, the world’s first and exclusive live sports channel for the international airline industry. Starting today, June 14, which marks

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Gogo Secures 2Ku Connectivity Deal with Airbus

    Gogo Secures 2Ku Connectivity Deal with Airbus

MIAMI — In-flight Internet and Entertainment provider Gogo has been selected by Airbus as a lead supplier for is 2Ku global satellite solution, which eventually would be offered as a

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Headphones Explode Inflight

    Headphones Explode Inflight

MIAMI — The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) issued a passenger warning notice today related to a recent incident on board involving a battery explosion. On a flight between Beijing and

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AIX 2015: Lumexis Makes a Play for the LCC IFE Market

    AIX 2015: Lumexis Makes a Play for the LCC IFE Market

HAMBURG — Low cost carriers don’t want IFE systems. They are complicated, expensive and heavy. They create maintenance challenges and

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Wireless Entertainment Continues to Grow

    Wireless Entertainment Continues to Grow

MIAMI — A bit of distraction helps to pass the time in flight but traditional on-board entertainment systems are expensive,

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Delta Air Lines Basic Economy: Right Product for Right Time?

    Delta Air Lines Basic Economy: Right Product for Right Time?

MIAMI — As Delta Air Lines continues to expand its Basic Economy product, an industry analyst expresses mixed feelings on its

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Delta Unveils New Inflight Cabin Family of Products

    Delta Unveils New Inflight Cabin Family of Products

MIAMI — Delta Air Lines today announced a new suite of cabin products it says were created to give passengers

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Flight Test: JetBlue’s Long Awaited Next Generation In-Flight WiFi; Fly-Fi

    Flight Test: JetBlue’s Long Awaited Next Generation In-Flight WiFi; Fly-Fi

20,000ft OVER MASSACHUSETTS —  It may be ice cold at New York’s JFK airport, but the demand for in-flight WiFi is red

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